Another session teaching the students at Canterbury Christ Church University, this time online.
I had a lovely session teaching online for the BSc Archaeology students from Canterbury Christ Church University. The module leader - Dr Ellie Williams - is a long term collaborator in my paleoradiography efforts. Within the session we covered the utility of radiography and computed tomography to learn about the deceased - the module was called 'The Archaeology and Anthropology of Death'.
Normally I'd teach this presentation in-person, on campus. However, the impact of COVID has meant that more sessions are being delivered online as an alternative. As always, I end my sessions with an offer to x-ray archaeological items for their research projects (third year dissertation perhaps?). I've yet to be taken up on the offer!
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